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A Meeting Agendas FIRST MEETING March 15–16, 2000 National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. Wednesday, March 15 Open session 9:00 am Convene; welcome; introductions —Michael Turner, Chair 9:30 Background: From “Inner Space—Outer Space” at Fermilab to the BPA Forum —Michael Turner, Chair 10:00 Preliminary Study Plan—Science Topics Looking Inward to See Outward and Outward to See Inward —Helen Quinn, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and David Spergel, Princeton Fundamental Aspects of Gravity —Frank Wilczek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Composition of the Universe —Sandra Faber, University of California at Santa Cruz (by telephone) The Cosmic Laboratory and Astroengineering —Roger Blandford, California Institute of Technology 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 pm Agency Perspectives National Aeronautics and Space Administration —Alan Bunner National Science Foundation —Robert Eisenstein Department of Energy —Peter Rosen

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Closed session 2:00 Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee (AASC) recommendations —Joseph Taylor, Princeton Open session 2:30 Status of the AASC —Joseph Taylor, Princeton 3:00 Break 3:15 Cosmic Genesis Workshop—Connections: From Quarks to Cosmos —Rocky Kolb, Fermilab 4:00 AASC Panel on Particle, Nuclear, and Gravitational-Wave Astrophysics —Tom Gaisser, University of Delaware, Bartol Research Institute Physics Survey Elementary Particle Physics —Bruce Winstein, University of Chicago Gravitational Physics —Clifford Will, Washington University 5:00 Discussion —Michael Turner, Chair 5:30 Adjourn for the day Thursday, March 16 Closed session 9:00 am Reconvene; study plan; discussion; future plans —Michael Turner, Chair 2:30 pm Adjourn SECOND MEETING June 6–7, 2000 Rochester, New York This meeting was closed in its entirety.

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Tuesday, June 6 10:00 am Convene; update —Michael Turner, Chair 10:30 Discussion of draft report (presentations and critiques) —Full committee 5:30 Adjourn for the day Wednesday, June 7 9:00 am Reconvene; discussion of connections to other disciplines, institutional/agency issues; writing assignments —Michael Turner, Chair 1:30 pm Adjourn THIRD MEETING October 19–20, 2000 Chicago, Illinois This meeting was closed in its entirety. Thursday, October 19 1:00 pm Convene Discussion of full Phase 1 draft report —Michael Turner, Chair 7:00 Adjourn for the day Friday, October 20 8:00 am Reconvene; action items for completing draft report for review —Michael Turner, Chair 1:00 pm Schedule for preparing review draft; discussion of plans for Phase 2; dissemination of Phase 1 results —Michael Turner, Chair 7:30 Adjourn

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FOURTH MEETING May 1–2, 2001 Washington, D.C. Tuesday, May 1 Closed session 12:00 noon Convene; introduction of new members; balance and composition discussion; Phase 2 plans —Michael Turner, Chair Open session 2:20 pm Public introductions; Phase 2 process —Michael Turner, Chair 2:30 National Underground Laboratory Effort Solar Neutrinos: Current Status —John Bahcall, Institute for Advanced Study 3:50 Break 4:00 Overview of Non-Solar Neutrino Theory/Experiments Primer on Current Understanding of Origins of Elements above Iron —Wick Haxton, University of Washington 5:00 Observatory of Multiflavor Neutrinos from Supernovae (OMNIS) —Richard Boyd, The Ohio State University 5:35 Oak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator (ORELA) —Paul Koehler, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 6:10 Oak Ridge National Laboratory for Neutrino Detectors (ORLaND) —George Fuller, University of California at San Diego —Frank Avignone, University of South Carolina 6:45 Adjourn for the day Wednesday, May 2 Closed session 8:00 am Committee discussion —Michael Turner, Chair Open session 9:30 Rare Isotope Accelerator —Hendrik Schatz, Michigan State University

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10:30 Break 11:00 Underground Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Observatory —Chang Kee Jung, State University of New York at-Stony Brook 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 pm CryoArray —Dan Akerib, Case Western Reserve University 1:35 n-nbar Search (rescheduled to July meeting) —Yuri Kamyshkov, University of Tennessee 2:10 Origin of the Heavy Elements in Stellar Explosions: Holifield Radioactive Ion Beam Facility —Michael Smith, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 2:45 Summary Talk on the Major Double Beta Decay Experiments Proposed for the Underground Lab —Steve Elliott, University of Washington 3:45 Break Closed session 4:00 Committee discussion; examples of interagency cooperation; future plans; writing assignments —Michael Turner, Chair 5:30 Adjourn FIFTH MEETING June 6–7, 2001 Pasadena, California Wednesday, June 6 Closed session 8:00 am Convene; review of writing submissions; goals/plans for this meeting —Michael Turner, Chair Open session Numerical Nuclear Astrophysics 9:00 Nucleosynthesis overview —Stan Woosley, University of California at Santa Cruz 10:00 Break Cosmic Journeys–Overview and Missions 10:30 Introduction; context; science overview —Nick White, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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11:00 Gravity Waves —Sterl Phinney, California Institute of Technology 11:30 Strong-Field Gravity —Mitch Begelman, University of Colorado/JILA 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 pm Nuclear Equation of State; High-Field QED —Jeremy Heyl, Center for Astrophysics 1:30 Gamma-Ray Bursts —Neil Gehrels, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center 2:00 Summary; proposed mission overview; technology program —Nick White 2:30 Break Plasma Laboratory Astrophysics 3:00 NRC High Energy Density Plasma Physics Study —Ron Davidson, Princeton University (via telephone) 3:15 Science Overview; Funding Gaps —Dave Arnett, University of Arizona 4:15 High-Energy-Density Physics —Bruce Remington, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 4:45 Explosions —Edison Liang, Rice University 5:15 Mildly Relativistic Plasmas —R. Paul Drake, University of Michigan High-Performance Computing 5:45 Broad Future National Needs for Science at the Interface of Physics and Astronomy —Michael Norman, University of California at San Diego 6:15 Adjourn for the day Thursday, June 7 Closed session 8:00 am Convene; review of Wednesday’s presentations —Michael Turner, Chair Open session Lessons from an Interagency Project 9:00 GLAST: Opportunities and Difficulties of Interagency Cooperation (DOE/NASA) —Peter Michelson, Stanford University

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10:00 am Break CMB Polarization [B-modes] 10:30 Overview of Possible Future Projects and Missions —Bruce Winstein, University of Chicago Closed session 11:30 Working lunch; future plans; continue review of writing submissions to date; future writing assignments —Michael Turner, Chair 1:00 pm Adjourn SIXTH MEETING July 13–15, 2001 Snowmass, Colorado Friday, July 13 Closed session 8:00 am Convene; goals/plans for this meeting —Michael Turner, Chair Open session 9:00 VERITAS Update —Trevor Weekes, Harvard Smithsonian CfA 9:30 n-nbar Search —Yuri Kamyshkov, University of Tennessee 10:00 The Search for the Axion —Leslie Rosenberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10:30 Break 11:00 U.S. Involvement in the Large Hadron Collider —John Peoples, Sloan Digital Sky Survey 11.30 Telescope Array Project —Masaki Fukushima, University of Tokyo 12:00 noon Lunch 1:00 pm The Implications of Export Control Policies on International Cooperation —Eugene Skolnikoff, Chair, NRC International Space Programs Committee (by telephone)

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Wide-Field Telescopes 1:30 Large-Aperture Synoptic Survey Telescope —Chris Stubbs, University of Washington —Tony Tyson, Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies 2:30 Supernova Acceleration Probe —Saul Perlmutter, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 3:30 Break 4:00 P-mode Oscillation Imager —Nick Kaiser, University of Hawaii 5:00 Discussion of Wide-Field Telescopes —Michael Turner, Chair 6:00 Adjourn for the day Saturday, July 14 Closed session 1:00 pm Convene; review of Friday’s presentations —Michael Turner, Chair Open session 1:30 Low-Energy Solar Neutrinos —Hamish Robertson, University of Washington Discussion of Low-Energy Solar Neutrinos —Michael Turner, Chair 3:00 Break High-Energy Cosmic Rays 3:30 Auger —Paul Sommers, University of Utah 4:00 IceCube —Francis Halzen, University of Wisconsin 4:30 Orbiting Wide-Angle Light-Collectors —Robert Streitmatter, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center 5:00 Discussion of High-Energy Cosmic Rays —Michael Turner, Chair Closed session 5:30 Review of the day’s presentations; priorities for Sunday —Michael Turner, Chair 6:00 Adjourn for the day

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Sunday, July 15 Open session 8:00 am Convene; Review of past interagency efforts Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) —John Peoples, Sloan Digital Sky Survey 8:30 Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMS) —Bernard Sadoulet, University of California at Berkeley 9:00 Discussion on SDSS and CDMS —Michael Turner, Chair 9:30 Break Closed session 9:45 Review of presentations at this meeting; plan of action for final phase; review of writing assignments; assignments for next meeting —Michael Turner, Chair 11:00 Adjourn SEVENTH MEETING November 29–30, 2001 Chicago, Ilinois This meeting was closed in its entirety. Thursday, November 29 8:00 am Convene; goals and plan for the meeting; bias discussion —Michael Turner, Chair 8:25 Small-Scale Gravitational Physics Experiments —Eric Adelberger, University of Washington 9:25 Review of High-Energy Density Laboratory Astrophysics Efforts and Their Relationship to Q2C Science —Roger Blandford, California Institute of Technology 10:25 Break 10:45 Review of original charge to the committee and the intended audience(s) for the report; discussion and drafting of findings and recommendations —Michael Turner, Chair 6:00 pm Adjourn for the day

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Friday, November 30 8:00 am Reconvene; finalize findings and recommendations; finalize straw person outline for the full report; writing assignments for drafting full text; future plans and schedule —Michael Turner, Chair 2:00 pm Adjourn EIGHTH MEETING January 27–28, 2002 Irvine, California This meeting was closed in its entirety. Sunday, January 27 8:30 am Convene; goals and agenda for meeting; resolve outstanding issues; finalize recommendations; group critique of full draft report —Michael Turner, Chair 6:00 pm Adjourn for the day Monday, January 28 8:30 am Writing groups convene individually to work on draft 11:00 Reconvene; discuss science updates for old Phase 1 chapters; outstanding issues; future goals and time line; dissemination efforts —Michael Turner, Chair 5:30 pm Adjourn